Clemson Fan Day is Sunday


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Clemson, SC—Clemson will hold its annual Fan Appreciation Day on Sunday, August 10 at Clemson Memorial Stadium. All Clemson players and coaches will be available for autographs beginning at 3:00 PM. The session will last for two hours. No one will be allowed into the stadium prior to 3:00 PM.


Tee shirts will be available for the first 1,000 fans 12-years of age or younger at Gate 5. Fans will be allowed to enter at gates 1, 5, and 9. Media guides will be on sale at the ticket office from 1:00 Pm to 3:00 PM. Season Posters will also be available.


Clemson players will be positioned on the concourse level throughout the stadium on Sunday. All defensive players will be on the north side near gates 5 and 9. The offense will be on the South side of the stadium. Clemson running backs James Davis and C.J. Spiller will be in the elevator area on the South side. Clemson quarterbacks, including ACC preseason Player of the Year Cullen Harper, will be on the concourse in the West Endzone.


Coach Bowden will be available on the concourse near the large tree in the East end zone.
Due to the large turnout expected, there will be a one autograph per player limit.

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